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the peopople, the middle clas, who move our country forward, work hard, raise families, and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class, raising taxes on the average family by up to $2,000, while giving a tax break of $250,000 to multimillionaires. doesn't mitt romney understand we can't rebuild america by tearing down the middle class. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >>> makinghood lines in sports, the bears on the road to face the cowboys on monday night football. tough game for tony romo. the cowboys quarterback got intercepted five times. two of them were returned for bears touchdowns. his counterpart, jay cutler kept the mistakes to a minimum throwing for 275 yards and two touchdowns. chicago went on to win. >>> the os lost to the rays 5-3 last night. the team has clinched at least a wild card spot and have two games left in the season. >>> it is official. the host of the next academy awards will be the creator of the hit fox television show, family guy. oscar producer as announced yesterday that seth mcfarland wil
what does that look like in a physics claft f s cla? >> they're working at their own place. when you go to physic class, the teacher might get a dashboard. let me do a foe does intervention or, hey, sal's having trouble with it. fareed knows it let me pair them up and if i get really excited about astro physics, i can go degree deep. there's no such thing as missing class anymore because the students are working at their own pace and the teacher's there to mentor them. >> so it's highly customized in a sense. >> the whole reason why we have this kind of assembly line model of education that we inherited from the product shanns, they're the first people, very egalitarian motive. how do you educate everyone. 300 years ago not even got id indicated. as soon as you say you want to educate everyone, put them on batches, on an assembly line. throw information on them. you tear going to have good product. you're going to have bad product. you have tools that can leverage the physical classroom. >> do you imagine in your most ambitious moments that you have this whole debate about education goi
about capping em at mewhere between 17 and $25,000 dollars. which means, forost people in the middle cla,this wouldn't be a big deal. you codtillake man of the staard credits and deductions you used like the mortga interest deduction. you'reealthy, those, that hard cap is going to be a big hit. melissa: yee. >> warren buffett had25 million worth of deductions last year. obviously if you capped it at 25,000, he would pay a lot more in income taxes. melissa: you tlkbout mainal tax rates. talk to me about cap gains and dividend tax. what does it mean for everyone and what is the pact of th? >> certainly for the invest class this is a huge deal. as you know the capital gains and didend are now taxed at 15%. governor romney would leave those rates at that level. actually he would cuttor lower income people of the those earningnder $200,000 a year. messa: right. >> obviouy the president is propong to irease those rates for investors, high income investors. the e did i dend rate would go up to nearly 40%. in some cases over 40% to 43.5%. the capal gains rate would go over 20%. offer would ilem
that are building an economy that works for the middle cla class as we dig our way out of a deep hole. what is your response to those questioning the validity? >> that's really interesting because i happened to see one of those chicago guys last night. i was with david axelrod. i asked him what do you expect about the jobs numbers? he says, i really don't know. we're hoping it will be good. so, you know, it doesn't surprise me that romney supporters are now going to take this very good news for the economy and for americans and say somehow the books were cooked. they just cannot stand, and they haven't been able to tolerate any good news about the economy, that somehow -- they've got to put a spin on it. so this is excellent news. i want to tell you, i will trade a not so great performance in a debate for great job numbers in terms of how this affects the american economy and the american people. >> congresswoman, the romney campaign has issued their own statement saying this isn't a real recovery. saying, if not for all the people who have simply dropped out of the labor force, the real unemployme
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vegas, wonderful young lady, who describes to me she's got 42 kids in her clas the first two weeks, she's got me of them sitting on the floor until finally, they get reassigned. they're using textbooks that are ten years old. >> when it comes to keeping america great, salman khan is a bit of an expert with an mba from harvard. he's dedicated himself to education. he's founder of the khan academy but his youtube channel has over 3,000 educational videos on everything from physics to history. his new book is titled "the one world schoolhouse." he's also on "time" magazine's list of 100 most influential people in the world. welcome. you are the most popular teacher in the history of planet earth. it's undeniable. the stats don't lie. is it four million people now watched your video lessons for want of a better phrase, right? >> that's right. seven million. we're not just videos, we have interactive exercises. it's not just me anymore. >> seven million people around the world will go online to see you give effectively a lesson. >> i give lessons, we have a few other folks who are doing it.
solution, you may end up with a total cla calamity. you have to be ready to find common ground. kennedy felt that way. everything we know from the soviet union proves that khrushchev felt the same way. how fortunate were we those were the two people. how fortunate that they were the two people in charge at a moment like that in u.s. world history. >> and not fidel castro. may i say one more thing to close out the point that jim and i were making. is it even wonder then given what we've said about fidel castro's behavior especially on that last day, black saturday, is it any wonder that khrushchev was suddenly in a great hurry to settle the crisis peacefully? he did that by the next day. he could have gotten a better deal from kennedy especially with regard to the jupiters and turkey. khrushchev was in a hurry. he was desperately afraid that he was playing with fire. fidel had some responsibility for the shoot down of the u-2. fidel wrote the bizarre letter advocating a preemptive nuclear attack. and perhaps worst of all if it's possible, soviet commanders on the ground in cuba were losi
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